Keable’s Man

Sasha Keable – Man   Keable’s most recent EP – Man released April this year captures the essence of a young woman’s diary brought to life. She has been on the music scene since her teens, having worked with the likes of English electronic band Disclosure on their house single ‘voices’ in 2013 – Keable… Read More »

Smiles, Colours and Rainbows

Pride Festival London city is set to be a sea of rainbows and smiles over the weekend. Filled with colour and passion celebrating its 46th year this Saturday 7th of July. Wide range of arts to be performing such as Theatrical performances from the cast of West End show Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, Aladdin, The… Read More »

Violence and Music or Music and Violence?

So, this weekend saw 4 men stabbed at the GarageNation festival after a fight in the VIP Section. 2 airlifted to hospital and people describing poor security and chaotic scenes as the music went on around them and the other 15,000 ravers. There have been stabbings at both Wireless and Parklife amongst others in the… Read More »

Is Streaming The New Buying?

The rise and rise and rise of streaming! We all live on YouTube, Spotify, Google Play …and we knew streaming was going to take over, but now it’s taking over the charts, well sort of. Since YouTube was first launched in 2005, it’s had 20 music videos reaching over the 2 billion views mark. A… Read More »

The Rise of Octavian

Octavian has been on the rise as a quality emerging artist for quite a few months now.. The London rapper really grabbed attention when Drake appeared on his Instagram dancing to his single “Party’s Here.” Last week at London’s Jazz Café he lit up the stage as a natural. Pacing the stage like he was… Read More »

NATIONAL CONFUSION

NATIONAL CONFUSION Thousands of students across the country have been anxiously waiting in anticipation for today’s “Result’s Day” to receive their GCSE results that have actually been reported to be “the hardest since O-Levels”. There have been a vast amount of changes that took place just this year alone, from syllabus changes, mark schemes, to grading… Read More »